Parents have been „brainwashed“ by their upbringing, their own values and their social circles that „healthy nutrition” is important for their baby or toddler.
A comprehensive study shows that 90.5% of telemedically supported patients successfully transition from enteral to oral food intake.
Have you ever wondered what it feels like to be tube fed? Samuel Scheer, our CEO, asked himself exactly this question and decided to have a nasogastric tube inserted for seven days.
To be a parent of a child with an eating problems is a big challenge, but to fight a tube dependency and see you child eating on his own worth everything.
At NoTube we look after many children who were born prematurely. We treated over one hundred prematurely born children between 2009 and 2013, and helped them to lose the feeding tube.
Over the days, weeks, months and years of having a tube-fed child, Jenni has learnt a lot and and in this article she is sharing her own life experience.
Play Picnic is eating therapy that helps children interact with food using play and learn to eat.
Learn how to take care of a feeding tube appropriately before formulation of granulation tissue and what to do, if it has formed
Learn about what kind of food your child will be able to eat right after the tube weaning.
Every newborn with diaphragmatic hernia needs artificial nutrition via a tube. Luckily your child can overcome tube dependency and the fear of eating.